He has been a professional actor for 45 years. He began performing with South Coast Repertory in California, while still attending U.C.Irvine. Moving to New York in 1974, he immediately gained work in regional theater, theatrical tours, and on the daytime drama, All My Children. Making his Broadway debut in 1978's Deathtrap, he proceeded to add Woman of the Year, Crazy for You and South Pacific to his Broadway credits. He's toured nationally and internationally in such hits as 42nd Street, Footloose, Crazy for You, and A.R. Gurney's 'Children' ; Performed classical and modern classic plays with such names as Al Pacino, Richard Kiley, John Wood, Sada Thompson, Stacy Keach, Marian Seldes, Betty Buckley, John Cullum, Jeff Daniels, Justino Diaz, Harriet Harris, Christian Borle and Matt Morrison.
He's been directed by Daniel Sullivan, Robert Moore, Mike Ockrent, Susan
Stroman, Gerald Freedman, George Schaefer,Irene Lewis,David Emmes, Margarett Perry, Walter Bobbie, Michael Parva, Deanna Dys, and Jack Going, to name but a few.
On film and TV, he has appeared on Marvelous Mrs Meisal, M*A*S*H, the entire Law & Order franchise, Tales from the Darkside, and Kate & Allie. But he's proudest of his work in the Civil War film "Kingdom Coming," and the mockumentary "Monkey Juggler."
Respected Civil War Gen. Robert Easton, must make peace with his son, for whom he had to purchase a substitute.
Mockumentary about Uber-hip film director, Tango Cash's efforts to bring a beloved erotic film star (Carey Riley), back to her devoted fans.
Law & Order: "Dazzled"
Onion News: "Immigration"
...as directed as CEO Cam Dean
With Anita Gillette-Remembrance
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